"At the moment, we are focused on anti-corruption and attainment of Swaraj. We can only see that and do not bother about what people say," said Yadav.
He was responding to Modi's tweet after his rally in Panaji on Sunday. "People must decide - will good happen by constantly being on TV screens or through constructive and development-oriented vision on ground," Modi had tweeted in apparent reference to the AAP.
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet blockquote" lang="en"><p>People must decide- will good happen by constantly being on TV screens or through constructive & development oriented vision on the ground.</p>— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) <a href="https://twitter.com/narendramodi/statuses/422396802822721536">January 12, 2014</a></blockquote> <script async src="//platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>
Yadav said AAP is a small party and "big people (Modi) can give big comments''. But he added they were happy he is "getting time to pay attention to us''.
The AAP leader said his party has prepared its foreign and economic policies and would release it as part of its manifesto next month.
"It has involved experts from diverse fields. But this draft will come out as a manifesto after a month. We had 31 committees set up in February last year, wherein experts from various spheres have prepared a report,'' he said.
Yadav expressed concern over inauguration of the nuclear power plant in Haryana's Gorakhpur, saying it would uproot the area's residents. He said villagers must be informed about the consequences.
"Can we make the plant at India Gate? As we are afraid of the impact, we will not allow this at India Gate. Similarly, people in Gorakhpur should also be made aware of all the affects," he added.